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National Conference Dialogue :Pastor Tunde Bakare Rejects N12 M Conference Allowance

Pastor Tunde Bakare

Pastor Tunde Bakare

Fiery man of God, Founder of Latter Rain Assembly and front leaders of Save Nigeria Group Pastor Tunde Bakare, was among delegate nominated for this year Nation Conference Dialogue by President Gudluck Jonathan.

Pastor Tunde Bakare, was nominated by his state” Ogun State” to be among delegates for the state in that Confab Conference inaugurated by President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday, 18 March, 2014.

492 delegates from various states will received 12 millions for the 3 months conference. While their is speculation has received the allowance for the conference but religious man of god as come out to denies the reports about his allowance.

But Pastor Bakare said he decided to be part of the delegates as part of his service to his country and as such, he sees no reason why he should collect such huge sum to render a service for his fatherland.

He told members of his church during a service:

A friend of mine called me that he heard on the radio that ‘Pastor Bakare had accepted to go, that his own fee is N12m’. Pastor Bakare will not take a kobo in the National Conference.

I will not take a penny. It has nothing to do with others; that is by choice. We go with integrity of heart, it is not money. The God of heaven will prosper us.

What I say here is what I will do there. I do not say others should do it, but I intend to do that so that our heart can remain pure. That does not mean the hearts of others are not pure but I don’t want anybody to think in any slight manner that the motive is this.

This is the moment we have been waiting for; for this end I was born.

Nigeria will be saved, Nigeria will be changed, and Nigeria will become great.

What do you make of Pastor Bakare’s show of patriotism?

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